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office space, dental, medical, and companion veterinary space. >> your company is in the space that i follow and your space had the least degradation worldwide even though you got fiscal issues everywhere. you have a great growth path. thank you, sir. that is chairman and ceo of henry schein. this is the kind of stock, as all stocks are brought down, you should circle back to. great quarter. secular growth. not a lot of cyclical exposure. henry schein. "mad money "so i back after the break. >> sour april snl it's the most valuable tech company in the world. and its products changed the course of consumer electronics. so why is the stock taking a dive? and is now the time to get in? cramer has answers. don't miss his take on apple coming right up on "mad money."
the new york stock exchange who asked me the most common question in the last month. am i going to lose my shirt in april toll which i said, depends on the shirt. i wasn't being glib. i don't want you greedy. if you're wearing a $50 and your apple basis where you bought the stock, then you're wearing a shirt that has a lot of room. but you're also being greedy. greedy as all get out if you don't take something off the table. you see without something compelling to drive apple share price back higher quickly, you're stuck trying to figure out where it's worth betting that the stock can trade back to $700 and can you make an additional 160 points or whether it pays to take profits now and pay the low 15% capital gains tax. i have enough respect for apple, the institution that it's not that easy to call. but my trip to bucknel two weeks ago whether interviewed steve
jobs' biographer gave me great worry for 2013. he said there is nothing. there is no big wow factor. nothing omg in the product lineup. and itv which many people are pinning next year's growth on needs the cooperation of cable operators to pull. the cable operators are doing very well. they're powerful. unlike the music companies that steve jobs rolled for itunes. o so it's hard to believe the cable companies will give control of the cable box to apple which i think it needs to have itv. that means they may not have products of consequence. however, 2013 will simply have enough in it courtesy of the fiscal cliff's revision in capital gains taxes to make the stock go lower. if the taxes on your gains in apple double next year, it could be much better to sell now than to sell later. now i have a nontaxable account. i still sold a lot of the stock for my charitable trust after listening to isaacson.
i couldn't act on it immediately because of my trading restrictions. i never pride myself on calling the exact top in the stock. apple was way too big a position versus everything else because of a high quality problem. so we took some off the table. that said if, you think the fiscal cliff is going to be resolved by tax rates not going up that much and apple falls to a level that is just too cheap on a dividends basis which wouldn't be all that far, you may be tempted to hold on for new product we don't know about that's been developed post jobs, tall order. again, i save some stock for action alerts. i think something go od could happen. if you want to hold on to your april snl you have to write your congress person. she's in charge right now, not apple. and last i looked, i would rather pay uncle sam $1 today than $2 tomorrow. stay with cramer. st schools in e world... ...you see they all have something very interesting in common.
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